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September 28, 1990 | MAL FLORENCE
Reggie Moore, UCLA's senior split end, caught only 12 passes for 181 yards and one touchdown last year after having caught 38 for 627 yards and six touchdowns in 1988. He is productive again, though. After three games, Moore has caught 15 passes for 265 yards, a 17.7 average, and two touchdowns. He ranks second in the Pacific 10 Conference in receiving yards per game, 88.3, and is fourth in receptions. Ball control has not been UCLA's strong point this season.
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March 7, 2011 | By Ben Bolch and Baxter Holmes
Malcolm Lee , UCLA's lockdown defender who often holds opponents scoreless for long stretches, had the Bruins breathless Monday. And players and coaches were unable to exhale after the results of a second MRI exam on the junior guard's left knee were not immediately available. Lee hurt the knee during UCLA's 58-54 overtime victory against Washington State on Saturday when he fell hard underneath the basket on the Bruins' final offensive play of regulation. He made two free throws with 8.9 seconds left to send the game into the extra period and then four more in the final 6.9 seconds of overtime to secure the victory.
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December 18, 2010 | By Chris Foster
UCLA Coach Rick Neuheisel began reshaping his football program Saturday, firing defensive coordinator Chuck Bullough and wide receivers coach Reggie Moore, and said that more changes are coming after the Bruins' 4-8 season. Whether that means more firings or a "reshuffling" of the offensive staff remains to be seen. Neuheisel said he was "evaluating" the situation, leaving the status of offensive coordinator Norm Chow undetermined. Neuheisel said there would be no more dismissals of defensive coaches, but "there are certain other things I want to continue to consider.
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March 4, 2011 | By Ben Bolch
Asked about Washington State's iffy NCAA tournament chances this week, Klay Thompson did not sound like someone with a future in public relations. "Honestly, they're pretty slim," the Cougars' junior guard said in a phone interview with The Times on Tuesday. Thanks to Thompson, they're now in even greater doubt. The Pacific 10 Conference's leading scorer was suspended for Washington State's game against UCLA on Saturday at Friel Court after being issued a misdemeanor criminal citation for marijuana possession late Thursday night.
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March 4, 2011 | By Ben Bolch
Asked about Washington State's iffy NCAA tournament chances this week, Klay Thompson did not sound like someone with a future in public relations. "Honestly, they're pretty slim," the Cougars' junior guard said in a phone interview with The Times on Tuesday. Thanks to Thompson, they're now in even greater doubt. The Pacific 10 Conference's leading scorer was suspended for Washington State's game against UCLA on Saturday at Friel Court after being issued a misdemeanor criminal citation for marijuana possession late Thursday night.
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November 1, 1989
Reggie Moore, a starting wide receiver who has caught 12 passes for UCLA this season, is scheduled to undergo arthroscopic surgery today to remove torn cartilage in his left knee. Moore, who caught 38 passes last season as a sophomore, will probably miss the Bruins' remaining three games. He will be replaced in the starting lineup by junior Scott Miller.
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January 23, 2010
UCLA today VS. WASHINGTON STATE When: 1 p.m. Where: Pauley Pavilion. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 570. Records: UCLA 8-10, 3-3 in Pacific 10 Conference; Washington State 14-5, 4-3. Update: The Cougars have one of the top players in the Pac-10 in guard Klay Thompson, who ranks sixth nationally, averaging 22.8 points per game. "He's a future NBA player," UCLA Coach Ben Howland said. But the Cougars have other options as well, including guard Reggie Moore, who had 21 points in a 67-60 victory over USC on Thursday.
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June 20, 1989
David Keating, the No. 3 receiver last fall for UCLA's football team, signed a professional baseball contract with the Detroit Tigers and will skip his senior football season. "Since I've decided to make baseball my career, I figured it was time to concentrate solely on that and give that 100% of my effort," Keating said Monday. He caught 23 passes for 341 yards and five touchdowns last season. Keating, 21, batted .266 in 52 games this spring for the UCLA baseball team, with six home runs and 24 runs batted in. Considered to be an exceptional center fielder, he was a fifth-round draft choice of the Tigers, who assigned him to their Class-A New York-Penn League affiliate at Niagara Falls, N.Y. He is expected to report in time for the Rapids' game tonight against the St. Catharines (Canada)
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February 13, 1986 | MAL FLORENCE, Times Staff Writer
UCLA is already regarded as a strong contender for the national championship next season, and the Bruins have apparently helped themselves for future seasons. That was the indication Wednesday when eight first-team high school football All-Americans officially signed letters of intent to enroll at the school. UCLA's recruiting crop is regarded as one of the best in the nation, although such assessments can be premature.
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January 18, 2011 | By Chris Foster
Mike Johnson has reached an agreement in principle to become an assistant coach at UCLA, according to a person inside the program who was not at liberty to speak on the matter. Johnson, who spent the last two seasons as an assistant with the San Francisco 49ers, could be in place by the end of the week. His duties have yet to be defined, but with Norm Chow's status unclear, he could take over the offensive coordinator spot. Johnson has been a wide receiver and quarterback coach in the NFL and at Oregon State.
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January 18, 2011 | By Chris Foster
Mike Johnson has reached an agreement in principle to become an assistant coach at UCLA, according to a person inside the program who was not at liberty to speak on the matter. Johnson, who spent the last two seasons as an assistant with the San Francisco 49ers, could be in place by the end of the week. His duties have yet to be defined, but with Norm Chow's status unclear, he could take over the offensive coordinator spot. Johnson has been a wide receiver and quarterback coach in the NFL and at Oregon State.
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December 30, 2010 | By Baxter Holmes
USC's lock-down defense shut down Washington's high-powered offense Wednesday. It held the Huskies to 35.5 points below their season average by the start of overtime ? and didn't give up a fastbreak point. It forced Washington into 17 turnovers ? after the Huskies committed a total of nine in their two previous games ? and kept star guard Isaiah Thomas (10 points, six turnovers) in check. But that all went for naught in an 73-67 loss, forcing USC (8-6, 0-1 in conference play)
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December 28, 2010 | By Ben Bolch
For a basketball team that has won its last five games, UCLA doesn't seem to have much momentum heading into Pacific 10 Conference play. Maybe it was the way the Bruins nearly collapsed against Montana State. Or perhaps it was their epic free-throw struggles in the final minute against UC Irvine. Their sloppy play has put them in the awkward position of repeatedly having to answer questions about what went wrong . . . after victories. "Sometimes we might get too nonchalant or maybe [it's]
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December 18, 2010 | By Chris Foster
UCLA Coach Rick Neuheisel began reshaping his football program Saturday, firing defensive coordinator Chuck Bullough and wide receivers coach Reggie Moore, and said that more changes are coming after the Bruins' 4-8 season. Whether that means more firings or a "reshuffling" of the offensive staff remains to be seen. Neuheisel said he was "evaluating" the situation, leaving the status of offensive coordinator Norm Chow undetermined. Neuheisel said there would be no more dismissals of defensive coaches, but "there are certain other things I want to continue to consider.
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November 15, 2010 | By Chris Foster
Wide receiver Nelson Rosario, who was counted on to be a playmaker for UCLA, has spent the last month hobbling around with a high ankle sprain. Rosario seemed to be closer to full strength during practice Monday, snagging a few passes and looking more like the receiver UCLA hoped to have. "The pain isn't gone all the way, but it's good enough to run," Rosario said. "Being pain-free the rest of the season is not going to happen. It's football. As long as I don't roll it again, I'll be fine.
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October 5, 2010 | By Chris Foster
UCLA quarterback Kevin Prince appeared tentative at times, and moved gingerly on occasion, during Tuesday's practice, his first with the team since Sept 23. But his injured right knee was deemed fit for service against California on Saturday. "It's not perfect, but it is well enough to play on," Prince said. UCLA's coaching staff was ready to move on from the injury. "He's fine," offensive coordinator Norm Chow said three times, adding, "We monitored him through the whole practice, watched him closely, and he went through the whole practice.
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January 4, 2008 | From Times Wire Reports
Former UCLA wide receiver Reggie Moore joined Bruins Coach Rick Neuheisel's staff. Neuheisel said Thursday that he hasn't determined Moore's duties. "I haven't put all the pieces to the puzzle together yet, but he has a lot of experience in different areas," Neuheisel said. "One thing I do know is that he will be involved in alumni relations." Moore, 39, spent the last four years coaching wide receivers at North Dakota State.
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November 3, 1988 | JERRY CROWE, Times Staff Writer
As Troy Aikman prepared last August to launch his Heisman Trophy campaign, Terry Donahue expressed concern about the inexperience of those assigned to catch the quarterback's passes. "His supporting cast is young and has to bloom," the UCLA coach said of Aikman's offensive teammates in general. None of the young wide receivers has blossomed as spectacularly as Reggie Moore, a sophomore from Houston who has developed into Aikman's most dangerous target. Moore is UCLA's No.
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September 14, 2010 | By Chris Foster
UCLA offensive coordinator Norm Chow saw Malcolm Jones in practice during training camp and thought that he was a good player. Then Chow saw Jones in a game and that opinion was upgraded. "He has that natural feel running with the football," Chow said. "The way he makes his reads and runs, he has that natural feel for what is going on. " Jones, a freshman from Westlake Village Oaks Christian, will get more chances to show that this week as the Bruins are expected to be without Derrick Coleman (concussion, strained neck)
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September 10, 2010 | By Chris Foster
UCLA cornerback Aaron Hester knows he and the rest of UCLA's secondary need to be on their toes against Stanford on Saturday. A week ago, the passing threat was minimal — Kansas State ran the ball, and ran it well. Stanford, though, requires a whole different mind-set. The Cardinal has a strong running game and is expected to test the Bruins' defensive front. However, quarterback Andrew Luck is the primary concern. "Stanford is a double threat," Hester said.
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